Tree Stump Diorama: Timelapse ~ With Subs!

Hello everybody! This is Musume. And today I’m gonna show you how I store my props for my diorama, and also a timelapse of setting up the diorama in two different forms. I got these containers from a fishing supply store. They had different shapes and sizes, but I thought these smallest ones were the best option. They are really useful to keep everything tidy and organized. Let’s start setting the diorama! I made a lot of furniture with the idea of having different settings, to make photostories with my dolls. Most of the props and furniture you see are made by me. Some are even related to my dolls’ story. I use a little putty on the back of the paintings and on the dreamcatcher, in order to fix them to the walls. This way, they are easily removed and repositioned. If you’d like to see how I made most of the furniture in this diorama, there is a video on the same playlist. I will leave a link on the description. I apologize for the bad focus of the camera in this part. I didn’t realize until it was too late. Here is Cookie! She is a Withdoll Donny in brown tan (UV) resin. She is 16cm tall. Her character is a kitten fairy. Let’s start over with different furniture, to make a house for a different doll. I also have a video tutorial with a step-by-step instructions on how I made the stone kitchen. I will leave a link on the description. All of the tiny fruits and vegetables you can see here are made by me in cold porcelain. Then, I painted them and sealed them with either spray matte varnish or gloss-matte varnish. Depending on the fruit or vegetable. This tiny tea set you can see here is made with real acorns. I dried them and added the handlers and other parts with dyed cold porcelain. This is Merry! She is a Withdoll Strawberry in rosy white resin. She was a gift from Withdoll. Her character is a mouse fairy. I hope you have enjoyed this timelapse. I have two more other videos to share with you. The first one is a summary of how I built the main diorama house, and how did the fake bark on the outside. The second is a step-by-step tutorial for two types of furniture: the shelf and the stone kitchen. If you enjoyed this video, don’t forget to leave a thumbs up. Have a nice day! Goodbye!

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